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in the same cohort as the music program at uc berkley and we've been saying for 4 years, we need to play music. so we finally made it happen. so, rita lindall, and then masuro koga. mas and i have been playing together for a very long time, so much so that we wore the same shirt without having to talk to each other about it. mas is in high demand both as a teacher and as a session side man, having played with everybody from anthony brown's asian american orchestra to wane wallace's newest cd. who haven't you played with lately? yeah, he's played with everybody. you can find mas on a lot of different cd's from the local jazz community. this song we're going to do is an air called the brown-haired girl. when i was recording, when i was fortunate to be able to record bridge across the blue, i was telling them i got this air, i got it off the chieftan's album, i'm going to do it on the electric base. he looked at me and said, you're nuts. people are going to go crazy but if you can do it, i'll help you. he gave me this book of airs and went, figure it out, figure it out. it never quite jelled on t
to the area to pursue a master's degree in public policy at the uc- berkeley school. ever since then, i fell in love with what a wonderful area the bay area is. >> what motivated your interest in politics? supervisor chu: to be frank, i never saw myself in an elected position at all. i had grown up in southern california, and during the first day of the los angeles riots, my parents had their cars stolen at gunpoint. they were left out and had to pay someone $100 to get back to chinatown. it really influenced me. we had a restaurant at the time, and at the time, we were always worried, watching the news, to see whether or not the restaurant would be looted, whether or not it would go up in fire. that was something that was a big concern and worry for my family at the time. i remember thinking even at that age how important it was to consider what the economics were in communities, whether people had or felt that they had opportunities or did not have opportunities, and what role it was that government played in those outcomes. that is what really put me on the path to public policy. so i pur
break that forced crews to close a lane near telegraph avenue a few blocks from the uc campus. workers had to dig up the street. water hasn't damaged any homes or businesses. there have been half a dozen water main breaks this week because of cold water combination and aging pipes. >> columbus parkway is re-opened after a huge tree branch fell on passing cars breaking off from the trees and fell into traffic last night. the branches weighed several tons. a passing van was crushed and two other cars were badly damaged. no one was hurt. it took crews more than two hours to clear the roads. >> san francisco giants most popular player is apologizing for an incident on new year's day. police were forced to remove romo from the airport after he got in a confrontation with security agents. we broke the store yesterday afternoon online. romo did nut have proper identification at a check point and argued with security officials. he was detained for a short while. last night, romo released a statement saying, i would like to sincerely apologize of the recent events at the las vegas airport which
, a few blocks from the uc conference. they had to dig up a street to get to a pipe. the water has not damaged homes or businesses but had have been half a dozen water main breaks because of a combination of cold weather and aging pipe. columbus parkway has reopened after hue tree branches fell on the passing cars around 6:00 last night when the branches estimated to weigh several tons broke off the trees and fell on traffic. police say no driver or passengers were injured. a passing minivan was crushed and two other cars were badly damaged. it took city crews more than two hours to cheer the roadway. the 26-year-old custodian accused of a deadly new year's eve shooting in san jose will be charged with murder today. hernandez is accused of shooting a 36-year-old in an underground garage on monday morning. police say hernandez was following his boss' order to retain or detain, rather, the suspected car thief until police arrived. the attempted citizen's arrested developed into a struggle that ended in gunfire. >> concern of flooding caused by expected high tide is forcing cal tran t
. >> this morning, a stretch of road in berkeley has been re-opened near telegraph avenue, a few blocks from the uc conference. they had to dig up a street to get to a pipe. the water has not damaged homes or businesses but had have been half a dozen water main breaks because of a combination of cold weather and aging pipe. columbus parkway has reopened after hue tree branches fell on the passing cars around 6:00 last night when the branches estimated to weigh several tons broke off the trees and fell on traffic. police say no driver or passengers were injured. a passing minivan was crushed and two other cars were badly damaged. it took city crews more than two hours to cheer the roadway. the 26-year-old custodian accused of a deadly new year's eve shooting in san jose will be charged with murder today. hernandez is accused of shooting a 36-year-old in an underground garage on monday morning. police say hernandez was following his boss' order to retain or detain, rather, the suspected car thief until police th arrived. the attempted citizen's arrested developed into a struggle that ended in gunfire
insane behavior now in washington. so here to weigh in on that issue is laura tyson she is now at uc berkeley's school of business, and current tv's economic advisor, and she is coming to us from washington. welcome back inside "the war room." >> thank you, jennifer. pleasure to be with you from distance. >> jennifer: yes. i'm sorry you are not here in studio. let me ask you, though this platinum coin thing. is this legit? how would this work? >> well it seems to be legally possible because there's something in the law which essentially i think was meant for commemorative purposes. it gives the treasury the right to mint platinum coins without limit. there is a limit on gold, silver, and dollar bills, but there's no limit on platinum. so in principal -- and they don't have to have any denomination either. so in principal the treasury would mint these coins hand them over to the fed, the fed would essentially convert to cash, hold the coins and give the treasury the cash it needs. this was clearly, clearly be subject to major legal action and send a terrible me
donations from the general public. all of the work that uc, the writing is done by the volunteer community. john: how can you know who is good and who is stupid? >> you know, if nothing is one thing and always try to remind people is that we don't consider it would appeal to be some kind of wide open former you can come and say and do anything. people will very quickly challenging. we have some of the best and most interesting discussions you can find anywhere. let's actually find what's true, which sources to rely on the most. it's a fascinating process. john: and it's pretty accurate. my site only has one mistake. comparing the accuracy of scientific articles verses encyclopedia britannica. panicle -- panels of experts and the appropriate specialty founder of course harry instapundit.com errors per injury, three in britannica, not much difference. >> not much difference, and that was several years ago. for me one of the most amusing parts, when the study was being carried out, as soon as it was published some people in the community came to me and said, can you get from the author the li
from donations from the general public. all of the work that uc, the writing is done by the volunteer community. john: how can you know who is good and who is stupid? >> you know, if nothing is one thing and always try to remind people is that we don't consider it would appeal to be some kind of wide open former you can come and say and do anything. people will very quickly challenging. we have some of the best and most interesting discussions you can find anywhere. let's actually find what's true, which sources to rely on the most. it's a fascinating process. john: and it's pretty accurate. my site only has one mistake. comparing the accuracy of scientific articles verses encyclopedia britannica. panicle -- panels of experts and the appropriate specialty founder of course harry instapundit.com errors per injury, three in britannica, not much difference. >> not much difference, and that was several years ago. for me one of the most amusing parts, when the study was being carried out, as soon as it was published some people in the community came to me and said, can you get from the aut
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health was karen sokal-gutierrez, a pediatrician and professor at u.c. berkeley. she showed us pictures from 30 years ago, when kids had healthy teeth. but just one generation later, the photos look different. >> this is a child who has all of the teeth on the bottom rotten and all of the teeth on the top. years late, when i'd go to a village and the kids would come flock around us and hug us and smile and that's when i saw, "oh, my god. their teeth are all black and rotten." i'd never seen this before. what happened? so, you want to treat your patient. >> reporter: professor gutierrez and her team of volunteers work on the ground in el salvador, training health workers and donating supplies. she estimates that 85% of kids in rural areas of el salvador have tooth decay and nearly half experience mouth pain, leading to serious problems, like jaw infections, tooth loss, and malnutrition. she puts much of the blame on snack food imported from the united states. with sales peaking at home, american companies are searching for new markets. in 2009, 25% of coca colas operating profits came fr
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